Women Measurement Instructions for custom garments
Follow these measurement instructions for best results. Try to include as many measurements as possible.
We will look over your measurements before making your garment and might reach out to you if we have additional questions. Therefore, we recommend checking your emails.
Enter your height in feet and inches like this 5.7 ft.
Wear your usual bra and measure your bust at the fullest point. Keep the tape parallel to the floor and measure around your back, under your armholes and over both nipples.
3. Natural waist
Measure around the most narrow part of the natural waist. Keep the measure tape parallel to the floor and pull the tape snug to your body. The natural waistline is usually higher than where you normally wear your pants.
Stand with both feet together and measure around your body at the broadest part of your hips. This includes also the fullest part of your backside.
5. Upper Arm
Have your arm hanging relaxed on the side and measure the widest part of your upper arm. Make sure the tape measure is not too tight, you want to be able to bend your arm. Round up to the nearest half-inch.
Measure across your upper back from the edge of one shoulder to the edge of the other in a straight line. You get better results when a friend can help you measure. To find the right spot, you can rotate your arm a little and see the spot where your shoulder meets your arm.
7. HPS (High Point Shoulder) to Bust Point
It’s also referred to as Side Neck Point to Bust Point because you measure from where your shoulder meets your neck to the tip of the bust. You get better results when a friend can help you measure.
8. HPS (High Point Shoulder) to Waist
Start out the same way as for the HPS to Bust Point and measure this time over your bust point to your natural waist ( → most narrow part of your waistline, step 3). To make it easier, you can mark your natural waist with a string/belt beforehand. You get better results when a friend can help you measure.